Patents Represented by Attorney Howard E. Thompson, Jr.
  • Patent number: 3935501
    Abstract: A micro-miniature light source assemblage is provided having enhanced mechanical strength, maximum light output, and versatile accommodation for other integrated circuit components by employing as mounting for the LED (light emitting diode) a preassemblage of electric leads having an overlapped and insulated bond which is durable and permits flexibility in the orientation of said leads in use.The preassemblage of leads can also provide for mounting of other solid state devices, and special adaptations include offset and/or reduced thickness portions of said leads at the bond area as well as a modification in which an integral extension of one lead forms the electrical connection to an LED or other device mounted on the other lead.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 13, 1975
    Date of Patent: January 27, 1976
    Assignee: Digital Components Corporation
    Inventor: Silvester Sterbal
  • Patent number: RE28778
    Abstract: Unique and novel phenolic synthetic detergent-disinfectant compositions are provided wherein the detergent component is an anionic detergent and the phenolic components thereof consist essentially of ortho phenylphenol in admixture with high activity and intermediate activity phenolics, the ratio of ortho phenylphenol to the high and intermediate activity phenolics being from about 4:1-1.1:1. When prepared as a use dilution, the ortho phenylphenol is present in an amount of at least about 450 p.p.m.When the ortho phenylphenol is employed only with the high activity phenolics, the preferred minimum amount of ortho phenylphenol should be at least about 600 p.p.m. and the ratio of the ortho phenylphenol to the high activity phenolics can then be from about 2.5:1-1.5:1 and, when used with intermediate activity phenolics at the same preferred minimum level, the ratio of the ortho phenylphenol to the intermediate activity phenolics can be from about 2.1:1-1.25:1.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 2, 1975
    Date of Patent: April 20, 1976
    Assignee: West Laboratories, Inc.
    Inventors: Murray W. Winicov, William Schmidt